embolden

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Synonyms for embolden

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to impart courage, inspiration, and resolution to

Synonyms for embolden

give encouragement to

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And I am convinced that the Holy Spirit uses their inexperience to instruct, empower, fill, embolden, comfort, and convert through their preaching.
One influential figure said: "I hope Iraq emboldens us to take drastic approaches.
Hattie is quiet and shy, reveling in the warmth of the boarding house her parents run and her friendships with the eccentric boarders, but Adam's presence emboldens her to defy her grandmother and help Adam--and herself--to enjoy some new experiences.
It is a matchless idealization of the team concept: We need each other to be successful, and it emboldens us to step up and assume a leadership role.
We are humbled by this award, and it emboldens us at Kettering to maintain our commitment to improving the quality of life for the people in the communities we serve.
Re: ``Liberal `base' emboldens Republicans'' (Viewpoint, Aug.